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Titanic A Tale of Two Journeys - 2005

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The fate of the RMS Titanic - the 'unsinkable' ship that never completed its maiden voyage - has enthralled us all for over a hundred years. Her power to captivate the world has only grown with every year she has lain on the seabed, so tantalizingly out of reach. Now, join a voyage of discovery as one man sets out to see the wreck of RMS Titanic with his own eyes. The result is a unique film that show the enduring passion for the Titanic story, the enormous challenges that must be conquered in order to visit the site and the amazing remains that still lie on the ocean floor, waiting for those brave and dedicated enough to make the long journey down. Director: Andrew Brooking Stars: Robert Goldsmith, Hilary Neville.

The fate of the RMS Titanic - the 'unsinkable' ship that never completed its maiden voyage - has enthralled us all for over a hundred years. Her power to captivate the world has only grown with every year she has lain on the seabed, so tantalizingly out of reach. Now, join a voyage of discovery as one man sets out to see the wreck of RMS Titanic with his own eyes. The result is a unique film that show the enduring passion for the Titanic story, the enormous challenges that must be conquered in order to visit the site and the amazing remains that still lie on the ocean floor, waiting for those brave and dedicated enough to make the long journey down. Director: Andrew Brooking Stars: Robert Goldsmith, Hilary Neville All credit for this film goes to History Channel

The Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, England to New Your City. There were 1,514 people that drowned in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history. Her passengers included some of the wealthiest people in the world, as well as over one thousand immigrants from Great Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, and elsewhere seeking a new life in America. At 2 o'clock in the morning on April 15, 1912, "The Unsinkable Titanic" sunk and today the story lives on.

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